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Is Imaar Thar in danger: Immar Thar han habito hoba

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This is the third article in the series which has come up from the reader's take on an intriguing issue – Is Imaar Thar in Danger. Read the first article : Influenced by External Factors. Second: Dwindling Vs Secure

Prodip Sinha from Guwahati, originally from Kalain, Assam

Imaar thar was never that much rich that we can term the present situation/ trend is danger, rather it is developing.

Prafulla Rajkumar from Bangalore. Native place Silchar, Assam

I believe that whoever succeed in life, they forget all there culture, so that the main thing why we are in danger. Once upon a time we are called as sons of Babrubahana but now no one don’t know who is Bishnupriya?

Thing is that change all mind whoever it may be, rich or poor, be practical, and whatever you are.....finally you are a Bishnupriya Manipuri.

Ananta Kumar Sinha from Dubai. Native place Guwahati, Assam

Our Imaar Thar will not be endangered, because we love our Imaar Thar. It will never be counted as endangered language in the world by 2050. Our population will be more. This is my whole hearted belief.

We must respect our Imaar Thar. We must think to increase our population. We should avoid marry other caste .We must discuss each other to develop our language.

D K Sinha from Shillong. Native place Silchar E-Kachudharam Chincoorie, Assam

Immar Thar han habito hoba.

Read all the articles:
Unity in Smoke
Not simple to answer
Immar Thar han habito hoba
Influenced by external factor?
Dwindling Vs Secure


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    1. Our Imar thar is day by day influencing by the other languages.As a result,the main words we forget and say its bengali or english meaning.So it loses its primitiveness.But some steps as the our newsapapers,the competitive manip0ri program,the our movies etc can well turn the youth generations to our language.


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